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identify the suspects. >> catherine: catherine heenan is here now with the latest. the surviving suspect has spent his first day at a federal medical prison. >> catherine: 19-year-old jo-har sar-nie-ev has been moved from a boston hospital. some of his victims hated the idea that he was under the same roof. the prison hospital is about 40 miles from boston. he's still being questioned.but while investigators had been getting some answers -- there are reports tonight that he has 'clammed up'.and stopped talking to them. today we learned that the mother of the suspects was listed on a federal terror data-base about 18 months before the attack. it happened after russia contacted the c-i-a in 20-11 with concerns that she was a religious militant about to travel to russia. they were also concerned about her older son tamerlin -- ow-dead suspect. she's suspected of encouraging her sons to pursue radical islamic ideas. and 2 u-s lawmakers now call her a 'person of interest' in the investigation. >> catherine: this is video of the former home of the sar-nie-ev family - in chechyna. they left in
. >> catherine: valley. it's been a hot day around the bay. >> >> jacqueline: things are cooling down some. were seymour a degree readings. it was 95 today. still like one out in fairfield, 88 in livermore, 88 in livermore. certainly a lot cooler to the coastline. this summer like pattern. right now, wins not too bad but breezy for portions around the bay area. the wins are expected this is right--raising fire concerns around the bay area. into wednesday morning, the winds are really going to be picking up. this is increasing fire danger. i will tell you more about that for the rest of the week's temperatures coming up in just a bit. >> catherine: sheriff's department is mourning the death of one of its deputies. kron 4's justine waldman was there as divers pulled the>> justine waldman: >> voters on the body of michael roberts floating face down in the water. >> we offer our condolences on behalf of the sheriff's department on their loss. >> he served with office, mostly working with the jails. on monday at 630 in the morning, voters found him drifting in the arena. his cellphone and id, still o
for having me here. next will move on to our first lady profile, that of louisa catherine adams. we'll be right back. >> she was the only first lady born outside the u.s. louisa catherine adams, writing in her diary in 1812 about the loss of her 1-year-old daughter, my heart is almost broken, and my temper which was never good suffers in proportion to my grief. my heart is buried in my louisa's grave and my greatest longing is to be laid beside her. a letter entry, it is the first tuesday and opens my campaign having given a general invitation for every tuesday during the winter. this plan makes some noise and creates some jealousy but it makes our congress less dependent on the foreign ministers for their amusement. i wish they may prove so. and to her son, the situation in which we found the house made it necessary to fur finish almost entirely anew a large portion of the apartments. i respect my masters the sovereign people with great sincerity but i am not so much alarmed at the idea of going out at the end of four years as to desire to make any sacrifice of actual comfort for t
next at eight. schools. the house and the senate passed the bill as catherine heenan report no plans to that what came out friday >> catherine: nationwide 2600 flights 2000 on tuesday and 2900 on wednesday. bad weather delayed 3000 planes now woods friday one of the busiest trouble days of the week a day when when many members of congress fly home for the week time for action. >> catherine: let's deal with not just all that affect the powerful. >> why is catherine heenan kron 4 news. >> pam: patient dumping in california patients were reportedly discharge and bust out of state some californian some the bay area. one may given a one- way bus ticket out of california. by and one-way tickets for. new tonight at 8 looking for three prison inmates female these are their photographs police say the women did not show up for the nightly bit count the women were serving sentences for different crimes ranging from child endangerment, selling drugs, and burglary and highway patrol. >> pam: and overnight fire has badly burned when the older the tory of buildings well known to cyclists and use th
now we are awaiting an >> catherine:you are looking live at boston. this news conference expected to start any minute. we are learning more about the chinese woman who has been identified as the third person killed in the bombing. >> pam:catherine heenan is here with that story. and an update on the injured. >> catherine: the boston globe posted this picture of running shoes and flowers. krystle campbell. all three were killed as they stood near the boston on the last day of her life, men lu posted this picture titled "my wonderful breakfast." among the 14=thousand comments on her microblogging website, this would want to harm her. another chinese student is among the dozens of victims being treated at a half=dozen boston hospitals. expected to survive, but many suffered horrible wounds. >> "we had, as of today, seven amputations in five patients." >> "and how do you tell someone >> "well you have to be honest and it's a very difficult especially, and their caregivers. but we just be honest. we do the best we >> catherine: at boston medical center, two patients, including a 5- yea
-c. it was discovered during routine mail screening and is being tested to determine exactly what it is. >> catherine: we're learning more from the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombing. 19-year-old jo-har sar-nie- ev's condition - now upgraded from serious to fair. he's reportedly indicating more about a motive. with sources saying the iraq and afghanistan wars were brother as the mastermind. saying they were both motivated by extremist islamic beliefs.and watched online videos. new photos have emerged from the police shoot-out that left one brother dead. one shows the suspects hiding behind a car.taken by a neighbor - from his bedroom window. another shows the car speeding down the street after jo-har had jumped in. leaving behind his older brother. this is believed to be the brother on the ground -- after police had taken tamerlin down. officers jumped aside - but jo-har ran over his brother.which may be what killed him. the man who took the pictures narrowly missed being shot himself. with bullets going through his wall - and a chair. the wife of the suspect who died is still a focus.
web site, boston marathon tips dot fbi.gov. we have team fox coverage with catherine herridge live in washington. but first want to go to rick leventhal live in boston. rick, i think it says an awful lot that the fbi is releasing these images now. good evening. >> good evening, bill. clearly the fbi and the other members of the joint terrorism task force have spent the better part of the last 48 hours trying to identify and capture these two men on their own. and they weren't able to do that. and that's what clearly propelled them to release these images weighing, letting these guys know that they were being hunted against trying to generate more intel and more information and possibly names and addresses for the two guys that we are now seeing in this video and in these still pictures as you mentioned they are only being identified as suspects number 1 and 2. number one in the dark jacket with the dark hat with khakis and a backpack. subject number 2 with a white hat, worn backwards also wearing a dark jacket and jeans. he, suspect number 2 set down the backpack at the site of the
have team fox coverage tonight. adam housley at the hospital in boston. first to catherine herridge in our d.c. newsroom. some dramatic information that indictment. >> shep, according to these court documents, some of the most compelling preliminary evidence comes from surveillance video and one eyewitness. during the carjacking thursday night before a shootout with police one of the brothers said, quote: did you hear about the boston explosion? i did that." court records also filed this afternoon show that tsarnaev brothers walked into boylston street together 11 minutes before the explosions, each with a backpack. they split up. one heading for the finish line and the other toward the forum restaurant, the site of the second explosion. 30 seconds before the first blast the younger brother started fidgeting with his phone presumably the method of at the time donation. everyone turned around except 19-year-old suggesting foreknowledge of the attack? indictment. they haven't been indicted. in that complaint we learn more about this other suspect. the one who died in the shootout with
the country's two largest teachers unions. catherine heenan is here with a closer look at the controversy. >> catherine: the n=r=a set up a school safety task force right after the newtown shootings. the 2=hundred= plus page report includes common=sense recommendations on surveillance systems and securing doors. the fuss is over the proposal to arm school personnel. task force chairman asa hutchinson says he doesn't understand why anyone would object. >> "in reference to newtown, what was the first thing the school did? they got armed officers there to protect the children." >> catherine: the recommendations include a "model training program" to train school personnel to use firarms to deal with crisis situations. changes in state laws where necessary -- so that teachers or other staff members would be allowed to carry firearms in school. increased coordination between law enforcement and schools on security matters and a pilot program on "threat assessment and mental health." the report has the backing of at least one newtown parent. >> "i think politics needs to be sort of set aside her
. >> catherine: follicle- situation. >> catherine: volatile -- rescuers today found a hiker in southern california.who'd been missing since sunday. 18-year-old kyndall jack was found on a rocky ledge. just yesterday her friend - 19-year-old nicolas cendoya was also found. both hikers were dehydrated and weak. there are no details tonight on whether kyndall had other injuries. the two teens had called for help sunday - saying they couldn't find their car. but their cellphone battery tied before rescuers could pinpoint their location. one of the rescuers fell today -- a reserve deputy who suffered a head injury and has also been hospitalized. >> dramatic video tonight. and police say it's more of the same from the man who drove his car into a san jose walmart easter sunday. we now have surveillance video of what police say is same guy crashing a different car into the capitol car wash in san jose back in december. take a closer look. keep your eyes right here. haamid zaid is going to blast right through the customer entrance. his lexus fully enters the store. now watch this employee. a te
. >>catherine: sheriff's deputies say at least 14 people were injured on the campus of a texas community college today.when a man went on a stabbing rampage. the suspect is a hearing- impaired student.and investigators are trying to figure out why he did it. >> reporter: witnesses describe a chilling scene here on the campus of lone star community college near houston. a student - running up and down hallways - randomly knifing people.. some students took photos afterwards.showing the injured. some of them had neck and face wounds. >> this was right in front of my classroom. with injuries on my back, my ears and one of my students it seemed that she had blood near her mouth. >>catherine: this photo shows the suspect after he was tackled by several students. one of them says he immediately began shouting 'i give up'. but by that time.at least 14 people had been hurt.12 of them taken to local hospitals. >> all of those people and the hospital, there are two people that are in critical condition and there are four people in fair condition. >>catherine: according to some reports.the man used an x-ac
in chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge with details on the federal investigation into the boston terror attack catherine. >> one of the new elements we had today through an investigative source is that you have got the video. you have got the still images and there is this third track through social media what he we were told is is that a radius of about a mile was put down over the attack site and it essentially vacuums up all the social media messages facebook, twitter, instagram,f that 24 hours before and then 24 hours after the attack and 30,000 messages were accumulated. the messages that met melt a certain investigating tore criteria. messes that seemed out of place or seemed to be coded in some way were then further annualized. and that this was providing new leads as well for the fbi. that's one of the interesting developments today in terms of the sort of the tracks of the investigation. in terms of the bomb components as we reported yesterday, the bomb components have arrived at the fbi crime lab in quantico, virginia they reconstructed like an archaeolo
overnight this one dzhokhar is believed to be in that area. catherine herridge is here tonight to give us the inside story on this investigation. catherine, as we await this news conference and they may be starting any minute, your thoughts? >> well, tonight, bret, as the manhunt unfolds in boston intelligence community are working multiple lines of investigation. fox news understands that all electronic traffic associated with the brothers is now being scoured including the youtube sites tributed to the subjects which included videos and propaganda. bret? >> bret: okay, catherine, thank you. they are getting ready to start this news conference. let's head there and listen in. we don't want to miss any of the important information. we do get a lot usually from these events. the governor. >> good evening, everybody. and thank you, the viewers in the area. who have also been very patient. i have colonel alvin give a quick update on what key can say about the ongoing investigation. i have a couple of comments then about the stay indoors request and the t and we will turn it over to the mayor
waldman kron 4 news. >> catherine: authorities have been curious as to why the bombing suspect a link in the boston area area. it is suspect that they may have been heading to new york city. kelly says the other younger brother has plans to party in york after the bombings. russia alerted the u.s. for talon and. among those things posted on his you to channel is not clear the secretary of state john kerry is mentioned that this suspect has been influenced and not trained on that visit. he did not stay where he went and he learned something where he went picked and that was to kill people. >> catherine: also we learned today that the brothers were on welfare growing up. bossed that and boston and no one is assuming that the city is back to normal. the bomb was controlled by remote control trigger a few miles away. john conyers killed the mit officer his service was today described. >> jacqueline: as we take a live look outside and see the bridge and see the fall picking peeking over the hills there. let's take a look of a satellite picture or the fault has lingered for the fourth day n
. thank you very much. >> catherine: police giving us a bit of an update of the murder of eight year-old girl killed in her own home. the father was there. the mother described as wanting to be identified as her mother. some question as to if she is her mother. they have indicated they have some dna and fingerprints. kron4's a share stone is in the neighborhood. --j.r. stone >> reportermy teacher was crying because lay low was in her class lastla was in her class lt year. >> everybody who knew her said that she was a very nice person. >> students made signs for the victims and even made bows for her. parents wait- jet waited in long lines to pick up their parents--kids. >> i let them know that there was a bad and that hurt a little girl and now she is up and have been so that they would understand. >> many here in valley spring still shaken up over what happened. there will be a candlelight vigil held on held a 7ld. we have photos of the home. these pictures courtesy of our abc partnership with abc seven news. sheriff say just moments ago, it is not fear but there is concern. beefed
for that commission. i have another in memoriam recognizing the life and contributions of a ms. catherine campbell. she was actually borne in south carolina to dr. kass ton and louise butler lynch. she was the first of two children. ~ she attend public schools where she excelled in science, music and technology. she graduated from center high school, enrolled into fiske university which is in nashville, tennessee where she majored in zoology and minored in chemistry. she met and married alphonso campbell, her husband, for 58 years. catherine was a beautiful woman. i knew her personally. she loved sports, especially the 49ers and the giants. she loved music and all of its various genres, particularly spirituals, gospel, jazz, classical and soul. she was an excellent cook and seamstress. she was a faithful member of third baptist shuck and active member of sigma delta theta. she is preceded by her parents, catherine senior and louise lynch. survived by her husband of 58 years, al. her daughters, [speaker not understood], cathy, viola and rita as well as sons alphonso, jr., and kenneth. she has a bro
it happened so we told him and has just served. see capt. >> catherine: the two brothers are from the russian region. they've lived here since 2002. he was reportedly married and had a young daughter of poulter turning to radical is from. >> reporter: >> reporter: >> reporter: >> reporter: >> reporter: >> reporter: >> reporter: he had a play list dedicated to extreme radical shiite. this may. and wo worked at the boston globe has known him for years. he was one of the most peaceful religious people but i knew i am still in shock. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (crying) >> catherine: his friends remember a teenage boy who did not talk about politics he was a fine kid. >> i was new to wrestling he would push me all the time. >> catherine: we learned tonight that he was actually at a campus party wednesday night looking relaxed two nights after the bonds. as for his older brother he was investigated two years ago for possible extremist ties but did not come up with any evidence. eastern time: is released here and the two brothers drive east towards gunbattle breaks out. the
behind just how much damage it has caused, and how those injured are faring. to catherine to what people in washington are staying about what's going on in boston or what we might or might not hear out of fbi officials shortly. catherine? >> today we heard from both the secretary of homeland security, janet napolitano, and attorney general eric holder. neither provided details on the case except to say every federal resource available is being given to boston as it is requested. we have new information on the kind of evidence being analyzed. have two tracks of the video and the still images but fox news is told there's a third track having to do with social media. basically a one-mile radius was put of the attack site 24 hours before and 24 hours afterward, and all the social media, facebook, twitter, instagram, is sucked up and analyzed. fox news said there were some messages that seemed coded and were subject to further analysis and they are providing new investigative leads for the fbi as well: >> neil: catherine do they feel the pressure -- that is, the authorities -- in this day and
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>>> glad to have you with us on this edition of "newsline." it's friday, april 26. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo chemical weapons in syria >>> u.s. president obama is reacting to pressure to react to a new development in the syrian war. it's likely syrian forces have used chemical weapons. >> the u.s. intelligence community assesses in some degree that the syrian regime has used chemical weapons on a small scale in the region, specifically, sarin. >> there's no confirmation about how and when chemicals were used or how many people were hurt and killed. the u.s. government is pressing for a full investigation by the united nations. president obama may face pressure to intervene if a red line has been crossed. >>> u.n. peacekeeping troops are to join the french army in mali, west africa. they've united to support the state against rebels. they passed a resolution contempt being human rights violations. insurgents still control mountainous areas in is south providing a challenge for the new u.n. force. >>> soldiers assembled in front of the palace. his late father lies inside the
in oakland, j.r. stone, kron 4 news. >> catherine: the white house is warning today that a north korean missile launch may be imminent. so far - there's no sign that the launch will be anything other than a peaceful test. but the north koreans are doing their best to keep everyone on edge. this is the most powerful missile in north korea's arsenal. at least on paper. the musu=dan was first unveiled at a military parade three years ago and has never been tested. now two of them have been moved to launch sites on the east coast. >> north korea may be making preparations to launch a missile. we are monitoring this situation closely and we would not be surprised to see them take such an >> catherine: north korea has been the subject of increasingly frequent meetings in the >> i think they are watching very carefully the situation. i think they are watching if there are military maneuvers or a higher level of military alert on the ground in north korea that is accompanying all this rhetoric. >> catherine: today north korean tv broadcast scenes of patriotic rallies and warned foreign embassie
four's catherine heenan has the latest on the human toll from the bombing. >>catherine: this is the third victim. all as they stood near the finish line of the boston marathon. on the last day of her life she said my wonderful breakfast. among the 14,000 comments. this was asking why terrorists would want to harm her? another chinese student is also treated at a half-dozen boston hospitals. all of them are expected to survive but they suffered horrible wounds. >> ask today seven amputations on five patients. >> how do you tell somebody that you are going to lose a limb? >> you have to be honest with the patients it is difficult. >>catherine: these victims were taken at a half dozen hospitals and all of the 187 people, two-thirds have been released. 17 people remained in critical condition. catherine heenan, kron 4. >> pam: we will bring you the latest on remember, you can go to our 24/7 new channel comcast 193 for the latest news, weather and traffic updates. updates and 11:00 p.m. www.kron4.com ("closing bell") >> pam: now for today's market update. just one week after
. > catherine wang and timothy zhou our second prize winners. the attendance eastern middle school in silver spring, maryland. in their video, they asked the president to make the economy and deficit reduction a party in 2013. >> we face the greatest challenge of all. a massive debt and exceeding the entire size of our company. >> the debt affects all of us. the nation is on the road to dallas -- two banker secured >> balance the budget now. >> it is a very big, political policy decision. does create large deficits into the future. we must reduce the deficit. >> it would affect a lot of people in a lot of different ways. >> it is time that we raise the bar. >> deficit is our our economy -- >> i'm pretty sure it has to do with the economy and the government. >> lack of something. debt. a debt that we can't pay. >> i really have no idea. although much of the younger generation is unaware of what he does that is, it is a factor in the nation, economy, and our future. >> stairmaster president, in order for the united states to the life ofbe in freedom and liberty, the growing deficit and debt sh
the second suspect. catherine? >> just a short time ago, the acknowledgment is that the fbi interviewed the older brother. in 2011 at the request of the foreign government that is significant because there was some red flags about his behavior, back then in 2011. although, the police and the people that knew him say that he was increasingly obvious that he was returning to radical islam. they say, that for example that he had a you to play list. including that he will dedicate his life to jihad.. and also a student magazine editors saying that he does not have a single american friend and he does not understand them. the younger brother, the one that is and right now, that he was doing a better job of covering his tracks. even until the last minute. and everybody was saying to stay safe covering his tracks until the very end. right now, it is becoming clear that that there were a lot of red flags >> pam: certainly a tragic week for these boston citizens. the bombing suspect has been and this area is believed to be in a boat and justin waldman is looking into reports that the suspect is
it just went into the home where the american widow of the older brother is now staying. catherine russell has not spoken publicly since the attacks to our knowledge. last week her lawyer said she is doing everything she can to help with the investigation. they also said it an absolute shock when she heard her husband and his brother were the accused bombers. rick leventhal on breaking news duty live tonight in boston. what more do we know about this d.n.a.? >> shepard, we're told that female d.n.a. was found on bomb components. sources say no conclusions can be drawn. the investigation is is far from over. as you mentioned, sources, federal law enforcement sources also telling us that a woman could have unwittingly handled pieces of the bomb before it was assembled and had nothing to do with the marathon attack. according to the "wall street journal," this female d.n.a. prompted agents today to visit the home where tamerlan's widow is living with her parents, seeking d.n.a. samples from catherine russell who converted to islam after meeting tamerlan in 2009 and is the mother of his 3-year
, we're learning she has a criminal past of her own. police have now released catherine russell's arrest report from 2007. she was 18 years old then. she had not yet met or married, obviously the accused bomber tamerlan tsarnaev. the report shows she was arrested for stealing $67 worth of clothes from an old navy store in rhode island. she paid 200 bucks and the case was dismissed. we haven't seen much of the widow since this month's bombing in boston. although yesterday the fbi confirmed agents have searched the house where she is now living. this also comes after fox news confirmed investigators found a woman's d.n.a. on the boston bombs. but there is is no evidence as far as we know that the widow had anything to do with them. rick leventhal now live on fox top story from boston. what more do we know about the apparent release of the suspect's body, rick. this has just been released. >> right, shepard. the medical examiner has determined tamerlan's cause of death but won't relegal it until the body is claimed. catherine russell is the next of kin. she should be the one to cla
intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is monitoring the hunt for whoever is responsible from here in washington. at the white house wendell goler tells us what else the president said. we begin in boston with senior correspondent rick leventhal near the bombing sites. hello, rick. >> and, bret, tonight the fbi confirms that it believes both bombs were concealed in black nylon bags or backpacks and would have been heavy. they are asking for anyone who may have seen anyone carrying unusually heavy bags near the finish line to contact authorities. more than 1,000 investigators and police officers have been assigned to this case. but it's still very early. the range of suspects and possible motives is wide open. army northward humvees rumble through the streets of boston protect the most humbling crime seen in the history of this city. the blast near the finish line of the marathon jarred runners of other their feet. wounding 176 people, killing three. including 8-year-old martin richard whose mother and sister were also gravely hurt. 29-year-old restaurant manager crystal campbell wa
claimed responsibility. we have fox team coverage tonight. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is monitoring the hunt for whoever is responsible from here in washington. at the white house wendell goler tells us what else the president said. we begin in boston with senior correspondent rick leventhal near the bombing sites. hello, rick. >> and, bret, tonight the fbi confirms that it believes both bombs were concealed in black nylon bags or backpacks and would have been heavy. they are asking for anyone who may have seen anyone carrying unusually heavy bags near the finish line to contact authorities. more than 1,000 investigators and police officers have been assigned to this case. but it's still very early. the range of suspects and possible motives is wide open. army northward humvees rumble through the streets of boston protect the most humbling crime seen in the history of this city. the blast near the finish line of the marathon jarred runners of other their feet. wounding 176 people, killing three. including 8-year-old martin richard whose mother and sister were
of which are dead. also today -- president barrack obama visits boston. and met with the injured. catherine heenan is here now president obama and thethe president telling the people of that city --- "every one of us stands with you." he was speaking at an interfaith service at a boston cathedral. honoring the dead and wounded. the president was emotional - as he saluted the city for its strength and resilience. cathedral. lost and you're my home for millions of us what happened out there was personal, it's personal. if they thought to intimidate us, to terrorize us, to shake us from those values that make us who we are as americans and should be clear right now that they picked wrong city to do it! the president and first lady were taken to a local with some of the injured and their family members. they also met some of the first responders who helped the runners and spectators after the explosions. pam >> and is now talking with his parents. he could be removed from intensive care from children's hospital as early as tomorrow. he was injured watching his mother finished the finish line fo
- there is no sign that the launch will be anything other than a peaceful test. but as kron 4's catherine heenan reports. the north koreans are doing their best to keep everyone on edge. >> catherine: this is the most powerful missile in north korea's arsenal. at least on paper. the musu=dan was first unveiled at a military parade three years ago and has never been tested. now two of them have been moved to launch sites on the east coast. >> north korea may be making preparations to launch a missile. we are monitoring this situation closely and we would not be surprised to see them take such an action. >> catherine: north korea has been the subject of increasingly frequent meetings in the situation room. >> i think they are watching very carefully the situation. i think they are watching if there are military maneuvers or a higher level of military alert on >> the ground in rhetoric. >> catherine: today north korean tv broadcast scenes of patriotic rallies and warned foreign embassies that it will be quote "unable to after april 10th. the wild card is north korea's young leader. >> you see he's
of the bombing are producing quote, promising intelligence on the bomb drop-off. catherine getting ready to come on air in moments, however, more breaking news on this. as we told you before the break, we are getting reports, not yet independently confirmed by fox news, that a suspect, that's the word being used, a suspect has been identified thanks to surveillance cameras at the scene. the report, the early reports right now is that it was a surveillance camera from the second bomb site that may have caught someone being described now as a suspect. we want to tell you that we were expecting a news conference from the fbi at 1 p.m. eastern time and then they postponed that and at that hour did not tell us when they'd be coming out and there were some reports that they were working some developing news at the time. now in the wake of that we hear that they may have a quote, suspect. they may have identified a quote, suspect, based on one, perhaps more surveillance tapes. so, we're working that and trying to get to it. to get o gallagher live in l.a. with more on how the feds are screening for t
one week ago. >> catherine: people across the city of boston paused today.observing a moment of silence for the bombing victims. and thousands lined victim was laid to rest. >> catherine: from some angles.boston was beginning to look like its bustling self today. enough cars clogging the streets to make the morning commute feel almost back to normal. people walking. getting back to work.and school. but not far away.hundreds of people packed a church in medford for the funeral of bombing victim krystle campbell.a 29=year-old restaurant worker. krystle had been near the finish line of the race - cheering on a friend's boyfriend. those who couldn't get into the service watched from outside the church. some hung a u-s flag in a nearby tree. then at 2:50 this afternoon - the time of the first blast. people paused for a moment of silence to honor the victims. hundreds stopped near the copley square. beyond boston. everything fell silent on the senate floor in the nation's capital. and -- at the new york stock exchange. across the city.51 bombing victims remained hospitalized monday
] >> i'm going to start with catherine mccrack in, the organization on juvenile and criminal justice has done extensive reach on the bail system and pretrial detention. is the system currently working would you say and what reforms would you support? >> thank you for having m e here today. the center for criminal justice has released a report last year that did examine the bail industry particularly around the lobbying effort. i want to talk a little bit about the criticisms of the commercial bail industry that has been reoccurring over the years and these date back as far back as to the 1920s that the commercial bail doesn't just a minute, discriminate those who can't afford bail. counties are responsible for an increased number of level. we have to better utilize our jail space and those confined to jail are the ones is that need to be there. when they come, they have to release inmates and that's not a systemic way. some counties release first ones in and out. the criticism about the bail industry that it doesn't really address -- well, it affects individuals who are not able to post
thing for the city and she wants to see it continue. with that, catherine mcguire can present, and i'm happy to answer questions. thank you. >> thank you, connor. supervisors, thank you for having me today. my name is catherine mcguire. i'm the director of finance at the juvenile probation department. i don't have a lot to say, but we certainly can take your questions, but i thought i would give you a quick overview of the grant and the model of the reentry team or reentry unit and just talk a little about the outcomes as a result of that three-year pilot that we had instituted in 2009-10. essentially, the grant is for $461,000 funded by the second chance act from the department of justice, and this is one year in duration, a continuation of the -- of a three-year grant in the amount of $66 0,000 from fiscal year '09-'10. the model really is dedicated to youth returning from long-term commitments and it involves a collaborative approach including the -- a judge from the court. there is an assigned judge to the reentry team, excuse me. probation officers, social workers, all both in t
>>> hello there. welcome to "newsline." it's wednesday, april 10th. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. residents of seoul are going about their business. they're heading to work, doing the things they do most days. they're carrying on in the face of threats from the north. as south korean spokes person says the north korean military could launch a missile at any time. south korean nave a commanders aren't taking any chances. they've deployed a second military vessel. it's equipped with an advanced tracking system. they sent another vessel to the yellow sea. they say they're ready for whatever might come. last week north korea nl forces move add midrange ballistic missile to the coast. the defense minister has ordered the sdf to destroy any debris that might fall on japanese territory. so they've deployed two interceptor missile launchers. others have deployed the same defenses at other bases. >>> the foreign ministers of other countries are asking north korea to refrain from exercises. the members gathered at the hague. >> translator: we should work with the rest of the inter
>>> hello there. welcome to "newsline". it's tuesday, april 9. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. >> former prime minister margaret thatcher made history as the iron lady. she led her country through strikes, terrorist attacks and a war. she died monday morning after suffering a stroke. nhk world has more from london. >> reporter: thatcher became britain's first female prime minister in 1979. she led the country for 11 years. she cut taxes and privatized state run corporations. she relaxed financial regulations and fought labor unions. current british prime minister david cameron praised her achievements. >> real thing about margaret thatcher is that she didn't just lead our country, she saved our country. and i believe she'll go down as the greatest british peacetime prime minister. >> reporter: thatcher was in power when argentina invaded the falkland islands in 1982. she responded by sending a military task force. they retook the islands after 74 days of fighting. she worked with u.s. president ronald reagan to help end the cold war. >> she never changed her mind. and that was
the u=s should sent troops if north korea attacks the south. >> catherine: two women who left their mark on the world in very different ways have died. former british prime minister margaret thatcher. and annette funicello - who won america's heart as a 12- year-old in mickey mouse ears. funicello was 70. thatcher was 87. >> margaret thatcher was a grocer's daughter who became the first woman prime minister of great britain. she swept into office in 1979.with the promise of transforming the british economy.which was battered by strikes and inflation. she ruled for 11 remarkable years. cutting taxes.and privatizing state industries. supporters say she saved britain. critics say she widened the gap between the rich and poor. thatcher restored britain's clout in world affairs. and built a special bond with her american counterpart and political soulmate - ronald reagain. >> "it was closer ideologically. any other american president." >> catherine: thatcher convinced reagan that mikhail gorbachev was a soviet leader they could do business with. later in life.thatcher suffered from dementia a
. alecia reed, kron 4 news. >> catherine: thousands of people gathered near the steps of the capital in washington today. as with local protestors - they were demanding that congress pass immigration reform this year. they want changes that would mean a path toward citizenship for the 11- million immigrants living in the u-s illegally. organizers say demonstrations were happening in at least 18 states. among the guest speakers at this rally -- republican representative john lewis of georgia. he marched on washington with dr. martin luther king in 1963 to push for civil rights. >> major development coming to oakland's waterfront.right next to jack london square. here's a google earth map showing the specific area that will be developed starting next year. it will be along the embarcadero. deveopers plan to build on 65 acres of land. you can see downtown oakland and lake merritt in the background. we have artist and computer renderings of what the transformed area will look like. these buildings here are the new development. we're talking residential and commercial buildings.as well as
>>> hello there. welcome to "newsline." it's thursday, april 11th. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. >>> south koreans have woken up to another round of threats and believe a missile could be launched by north korea any time. north korean forces had been set to launch a missile on thursday and now they may launch shorter range missiles at the same time or one after another. >> translator: it will end with just a threat. i'm not very worried. >> translator: north koreans are just like us. i feel sorry for them. their leaders should look at reality. >> government officials say north korea could fire east to the sieve japan or south towards the pacific ocean. commanders have deployed deployers with the aegis air defense system to the sea of japan and to the yellow sea. >> translator: we've asked the u.s., china and russia to use all possible channels to urge north korea to stop its provocations. >> u.s. defense secretary chuck hagel says the actions of the north korean leadership are unpredictable. he says u.s. forces are ready for whatever happens. >> our country is ready with whateve
'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. foreign ministers from the group of eight nations have lined up against north korea. they condemned in the strongest possible terms, north korea's ballistic miss ill programs. >> we take clear that ministers supported the skmitment to strengthen the current sanctions regime and take further significant measures in the event of a further launch or nuke cheer test. >> the minlsteres criticized what they called north korea's aggressive rhetoric. hague said it will further isolate the country. he urged delegates to return to the talks on their program. john kerry has gone to lend his weight to diplomatic efforts. kerry begins his tour in seoul. he'll meet with south korean foreign minister. they're expected to discuss how to respond to any further provocations. kerry has said u.s. forces stand ready to protect their allies. he'll head to beijing on saturday. leaders there have long defended their allies in pyongyang. kerry wants to convince them to use their leverage. on sunday, kerry will move on to tokyo. he'll meet with kishida. and he'll talk about a stronger d
'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. north korean leaders seem to make daily threats and leaving them to wonder what's next. they say kim jung-un is showing off. he is using belligerent language to show them he's in control of his country. james clapper said he have thinks the north korean will use that language for a long time. cia director was summoned to speak to the committee. he said intelligence analysts have found it difficult to jung kim's action because he's not been in power very long. u.s. secretary of state john kerry is headed to the region to lend his weight to diplomatic efforts. he wants to convince chinese leaders to use his leverage. kerry wants to encourage them to take advantage of their influence. on sunday kerry will move onto tokyo. he'll meet with japanese foreign minister. >>> foreign ministers from the group of eight nations have line ed up against north korea. they condemned the strongest terms of the the missile program. >> we made clear in the text that ministers supported the commitment to strengthen the courage regime and take significant missions in a further lau
>>> glad to have you with us on this edition of "newsline." it's monday, april 15th. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. north koreans are celebrating the nation's biggest holiday. it would have been the birthday of the country's founder kim il sung. organizers plan various events in the capitol, pyongyang. at one of them, leaders repeated their threats against the united states and it's allies. >> translator: north korea is developing nuclear weapons in both quality and quantity. we will mercilessly punish the united states and it's lies. >> north korean leaders have threatened to attack targets in the u.s., south korea and japan. security analysts believe their forces have completed preparations for the launches of an immediate range and short range ballistic missiles. top diplomats say the work with chinese leaders to try to rein in the north koreans. >>> john kerry made his first visit to japan as secretary of state. >> translator: we agreed that north korea should stop its provocative actions immediately and that we will show a firm stance on the denuclearization of the korean p
out and seeing gray skies. >> good morning, catherine, yes, the visibility is very low in china in some parts, i should say. let me show you a video coming out from hong kong today. hong kong's iconic harbor is shrouded in fog. and the skyscrapers are barely visible. the air plaugs index hit the highest level this year. it was caused by pollutants. people with respiratory problems are advised to day inside. the air quality is looking on the improvement, which is good news if you can take a look at these satellite pictures. you'll see a lot of rain clouds, which means that the rain will be highering the visibility to about 10 kilometers which is well enough for you to be driving, but the rain could get heavy across southeastern areas of china due to the southerly humid flow flowing into this stationary bound richlt and we've been seeing rain already along the past 2 had hours. this could well enough cause some flooding problems. further flooding is also highly concerned across the southern thailand areas. that's going to move into the central regions of thailand. and that could b
. i'm catherine kobayashi. >>> u.s. officials say they may be able to identify a suspect through supreme court bombing. two bombs killed three people and wounded more than 170 others. they have not made any arrests. but media outlets report they're close to identifying a suspect. >> reporter: people from boston have been having vigils to honor those killed in the attacked that left them shocked and saddened. a flag flew at half-mast at the elementary school that richard martin attended. the 8-year-old was the youngest among those killed, standing near the finish line with his family cheering on the runners. one of the bombs also seriously injured his mother and 6-year-old sister. friends and neighbors have visited their home to drop off flowers and presents. two brothers from martin's soccer club brought a ball bearing message from his teammates. he would, like at the end of the game, say he won or lost, do something crazy to warm up the team and make sure they had a great game. >> reporter: medical teams in boston have been working to treat the survivors of the attack. >> i not
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